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Upcoming Elon Law Review Symposium

Elon LawWhat: Elon Law Review Symposium on Media, Regulatory and Labor issues in College Sports

When: November 7, 2015

Where: Elon Law- 201 N. Greene St., Greensboro, N.C.

Description & Panelists

The symposium is worth 3.75 hours of general CLE credit. The symposium is free of charge; students, alumni, and members of the extended Elon Law community are encouraged to attend.

Media Rights Panelists:

Thomas Baker III (Associate professor of sport management and policy at University of Georgia)

David Jackson (Associate athletics director for broadcast operations at Appalachian State University)

Ben Tario (Assistant commissioner for football, multimedia & legal affairs at Atlantic Coast Conference)

Legal & Structural Changes in the NCAA Panelists:

Matthew Burgemeister (Assistant commissioner for compliance & governance at Atlantic Coast Conference)

Dennis Felder (NCAA Compliance Coordinator and Associate professor of sports science and human performance at Winston-Salem State University)

David Williams II (Vice chancellor for university affairs and athletics & Professor of law at Vanderbilt University)

Labor Issues in College Sports Panelists:

Paul Haagen (Professor of law & Co-director of the Center for Sports Law and Policy at Duke University)

Anne Marie Lofaso (Associate dean for faculty research and development & Professor of law at West Virginia University)

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